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hydraulic displacement

we used to use grease in the old days.

I guess is the new eco environmentally friendly option :lol
 

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hydraulic displacement

we used to use grease in the old days.

I guess is the new eco environmentally friendly option :lol
i like it much less messy than farkin grease ,howdy stu
the principal ofb hydraulics vand the fact that most shit we have on earth if not contain trapped gas cannot be compressed \
that why orings work in a correcftly designed gland against high pressure,because you cannot compress rubber ,deform it yes but for all practical purposes impossible to decrease its volume
what is very good about hydraulically jacking a bearing out of its home is that the hammer blows are transfered into force that is equal across all the cavity and bearing surface
hence the bore dont get wallerd-out or goward
also why liquid in a volume larger than an engines final tdc combustion chamber volume, can bend a connecting rod like it was plastic
i have not been on here a long while "needed a new name" they ethered
listen up the you farkin poor ipad brain warshed saps, this fellow is way sharper than average antipodian
i even learnt a few usefiul tips fron ole stu
mind you he aint sam level sharp but,,,,,,............














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